French: Todirostre flammulé German: Streifenbrust-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí flamulado
Other common names:
San Mateo, Yungas of Cochabamba, Bolivia
Subspecies and Distribution
H. f. flammulatus
Berlepsch, 1901 – E Peru (San Martín S to Madre de Dios), NW Brazil (Acre, and R Mequéns in Rondônia) and N Bolivia (E to E Beni, S to Cochabamba).
H. f. olivascens
(Todd, 1915) – E Bolivia (R Surutú, in W Santa Cruz).
11 cm; 8·8–11·7 g. Nominate race has crown and upperparts plain olive-green, dull whitish to buff-white supraloral spot and narrow eyering; wings and tail plain olive;... read more
Sharp “tic” notes and fast rising trill, “tik-trrrrrríp”, remarkably similar in tone to, but... read more
Mature, humid terra firme and dense second growth; almost always associated with ... read more
Food and feeding
Arthropods. Stomach contents in SE Peru contained 19 prey items, of which beetles (Coleoptera) 33%, hemipterans 18%, homopteran bugs (... read more
Birds with enlarged gonads in Aug–Nov in SE Peru. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Fairly common but local. Fairly common in Tambopata-Candamo Reserved Zone and Manu National Park and Biosphere Reserve, in Peru; and Beni and Pilón... read more
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